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Head and Neck Lipomas: Sonographic Appearance

Head and NeckLipomas: Sonographic Appearance A. T. Ahuja, A. D. King, J. Kew, W. King, and C. Metreweli PURPOSE: The diagnosis of cervical lipoma may not always be clinically apparent, in which case patients are frequently referred for sonography.

Pathogenesis of Intracranial Lipoma:

Interhemispheric lipomas were the most common, accounting for 45%of cases. The remainder of the lesions wer e clustered in the quadngeminal/superior cerebellar ...

Lipoma of the stomach

Gastric lipomas: A rare cause of massive upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Am J Gastroenterology 1981;75:299-301. 3. Turkington RW. Gastric lipoma.

Lipomas, Lipoma Variants, and Well-Differentiated Liposarcomas

AJR:182, March 2004 733 Lipomas, Lipoma Variants, and Well-Differentiated Liposarcomas (Atypical Lipomas): Results of MRI Evaluations of 126 Consecutive Fatty Masses OBJECTIVE.

Blue Poppy Recent Research Reports # 277 The Chinese Medical ...

by Bob Flaws, Dipl. Ac. & C.H., FNAAOM, FRCHM Keywords: Chinese medicine, Chinese herbal medicine, lipomas, Er Chen Tang Lipomas are soft, movable, subcutaneous nodules with normal overlying skin.

Your Diagnosis

Your Diagnosis Your doctor has determined that you have one or more lipomas, or deposits of fatty tissue under the skin. They are not cancer and do not increase the risk of developing skin cancer.

Lipoma of the Colorectum: Report of Three Cases

E xcludingadenomas, lipomas are the most common benign tumors of the colon. However, co-loniclipomasare infrequently encountered in clinical practice.


Infiltrating lipomas andangiolipomas revisited. Cancer 1974:33:732-8. Enzinger FM, Weiss SW. Soft tissue tumors. St Louis, etc: CVMosby Company, 1983.

Suspected Asymptomatic Large Colon Lipoma: Biopsy?

PRACTICAL GASTROENTEROLOGY • MARCH 2008 35 Suspected Asymptomatic Large Colon Lipoma: Biopsy? INTRODUCTION G astrointestinal lipomas, though rare are the second most common benign tumors of the colon after adenomatous polyps.

Lipomas of corpus callosum

Published online 7 July, 2009 © http://www.neuroanatomy.org Brief Review Neuroanatomy (2009) 8: 39-42 Introduction Intracranial lipomas (iLp) are very rare congenital malformative lesions, being less than 0.1% of intracranial tumors [1].